Month: June 2020

India reels from police brutality

While such a movement has done a lot of good, it has also spread a false sense of ease, projecting that such cases of the police brutalizing people is limited to America only. However, that is not the case, in countries such as India the problem is much larger and much more multi-faceted. Here the police do not target by race but by the Social status of a person, i.e. your monetary worth determines how the police treat you……

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STOP WASTING YOUR TIME!!

We think nothing of spending two hours on scrolling the social media and also spent almost half of day in front of TV.But if we spend money on any device or we are not using after few weeks, then we start feeling guilty about this. why we don’t think about […]

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Importance of Reading Books

“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney Reading exposes us to new things, new ways, new understanding, new information, new ways to handle situations and new ways to solve them. It develops positive thinking and gives you a better […]

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Ingredients and Benefits of Alpha Femme Keto Genix

Ingredients of Alpha Femme Keto Genix CanadaIngredients play a key role in determining the quality of the product. The ingredients in this formulation are completely safe, causing no harmful effects to the body. Natural and herbal ingredients guarantee a safe way of losing weight. The ingredients in this supplement are- […]

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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting has recently become very popular these days and are in health trend. It’s claimed to cause weight loss, improve metabolic health, and perhaps even extend lifespan. With several methods of changing eating pattern it is said to be effective. Here are 6 popular ways to do intermittent fasting […]

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Masks: The Kid-Item in Consumer Town

Even the worst crisis ever has its silver lining. If one has to choose items which have gained the status of the most sought-after consumer goods mask would occupy the front rank. In the pre-pandemic times mask had a very limited use. The doctors, nurses and to some degree community […]

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Feeling intresting in uninterested

I don’t know what made me to listen to my online class today. Intrest is not what you feel, it’s what you think. Intrest in something that I thought to be intresting only makes me feel intrested in something that I already feel intrested. Intresting is not always interesting but […]

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Soft coral garden found in Greenland deep-sea

A deep-sea coral garden ecosystem is discovered with an outstanding depth of 1500m by a scientist from UCL, Zoological Society London and Greenland. Scientists of the UK and Greenland have found the Greenland sea coral garden habitat the first kind of habitat that has been recognized using an inventive and […]

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Environmental Pollution: Health Effects and Operational Implications for Pollutants Removal

Environmental pollution is reaching worrying proportions worldwide. Urbanization and industrialization along with economic development have led to increase in energy consumption and waste discharges. The global environmental pollution, including greenhouse gas emissions and acid deposition, as well as water pollution and waste management is considered as international public health problems, […]

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The Murder Bag

If you’re someone who demands absolute reality in the way the police operate, then The Murder Bag probably won’t bear too close a scrutiny. And there’s a vaguely distracted air to the whole narrative that might not be to every reader’s taste. The story opens with not one, but two prologues. […]

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Is “Masculinity” a gender-based characteristic?

On googling the word “Masculinity” you’re provided with a definition stating, “qualities or attributes regarded as characteristic of men”. It enforces males to be “man” enough to be qualified as to being a perfect male figure. “I’ve been pretending to be a man that I’m not my entire life. I’ve […]

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BRIDA

The book tells us the story of a young girl, Brida, who dives into sorcery and experiments with different magical traditions.  The book is about exploring life, learning to connect with your truest self, finding one’s soul mate in this life and feeling complete.  The progression of the human soul, with all its elements […]

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Covid-19 Updates.

The global pandemic has troubled the world enough by taking many lives and taking down the economy of vast number of nations. People are praying and expecting that a vaccine […]

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The increasing trend of old age homes….

It is considered that taking care of the parents is the moral duty of the children. But in modern day the number and trend of old age homes are increasing day by day, which is not a good development. Parents, who bring us to this world, who educated us, always […]

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“Social Media And Us”

Social media has become an eternal part of our life and has made humans addicted to them. People follow these for the source of information, entertainment, sharing their reviews and views and spend most of their time on these. This has made everything more transparent than it used to be, […]

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Imperfections of indian education system

What was the main reason, students were not willing to give exams? Due to the stress of incomplete syllabus or due to pandemic issue ? None of them , the main reason is our education system which do not impart students the practical knowledge but theoretical knowledge to be written […]

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Importance of TIME in Lockdown Period…

In this year , we are fighting with a disease which has no cure and most importantly it transmits from social gathering. Due to this, Many organization’s working culture changed completely. They make the innovation idea of “Work from Home”. Through this Many people saves alot of time in travelling […]

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